Good day! Need help from contributors with the reasons for rejecting photos. The reasons from Adobe are different: TECHNICAL PROBLEMS, EXPOSURE PROBLEM and so on.
As I understand, Adobe doesn't like collapse in shadows and wide-angle lenses? But it is not possible to shoot a sunset without collapses, the dynamic range of the cameras is not so wide.
I really want to understand what is wrong for the future.
I only looked at the first photo. Check your photos at 100%. Here is one issue that needs to be cleaned up in post processing:
Thanks for the answer Ralph. These are the details of the building in the exposed segment of the photo. Is it really necessary to clean even such things ...
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In the first photo, the highlight is overexposed, so it just won't pass on this. You may also have IP issues as this is a well-known temple in Myanmar.
Your other shots have too much noise in them, for example, this one:
Not to mention IP issues as well.
Thanks for the answer, Ricky!
This is not a famous temple in Myanmar, but a little-known temple in India.
I understood about noise.
India then. It looked like a temple I visited in Myanmar a few years ago.
I think some of your shots are great, and I just think that microstock sites like this and shutter don´t understand that it takes time and money to get a perfect shot. They want a degree of perfection they are not willing to pay for to us "but" that the customers are willing to pay for to them. This is why I never give my best to these sites, if they reject and sometimes they reject a whole lot, I also upload somewhere else where I know I won´t get rejected. No one can tell you something won´t sell, presuming to know what sells is what some "curators" do and well guess what? they don´t do too well.
Yes, you seem to be right. Sufficiency for commerce, trends makes it all disfigured, one-sided. Curators know exactly "what is for sale", hence the buyers will definitely not buy "other view". This is a vicious cycle.
The main trend is to be ideal in a selling trend.
The process of photography loses art in general.
Sorry but I don't have time to download and examine 11 images much less critique them all. That goes beyond the scope of this user-to-user community. Instead, I'll give you some food for thought.
"Pay attention to trends". - Yes, that's the point. Not my line.